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My ex husband committed marriage fraud. I reported him to the USCIS, An officer later contacted me with a few questions regarding him. I was told that he will be deported by the officer himself. I actually wrote about this previously, but related to another question about this situation. Here are a few questions about this: the letter was not one of the official Notices like when you get when you receive your green card. It was a regular plain white paper. What I am confused about is that the envelope was sent from Vermont while my ex lives in California and the letter was a reminder to jointly file for I-751 and said that he got his green card November 2011. I also notified the fraud officer about the finalized divorce and how my ex tried to claim abuse, but failed. I even sent 2 monthsago our divorce judgement, so the USCIS knows that we got a divorce, so why would the Vermont send my ex (to my address) a notification to JOINTLY remove the conditional status? It just does not make any sense to me. Since there is a fraud report and the officer also told me that he will interview my ex later on and wanted to get more info from me, why would then the letter from Vermont request my ex to remove the conditions jointly when we obviously can not do that, when my local USCIS officer is on the case and confirmed fraud himself from the circumstances and said they will deport him? My ex might apply for EB1A case, so could it be that he applied, they denied him and requested that he files it with me? Though...the very brief letter would have stated denial of his eb1a right? The white paper has a title "notice of requirement to file joint petition to remove the conditional basis of..." although the envelope had Vermont's address, the letter said "please forward Laguna Niguel..."